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Waiting for Freire
A play in one Act. Written by Maha Bali through Tania Sheko (without Maha Bali knowing it).

A group of people are sitting in an overgrown garden, birds twittering around them.

Simon Ensor: One person’s weeds is another person’s capital.
Michael Weller: One person’s weeds is another person’s medicinal.
Sarah Honeychurch: My weeds are your flowers? Coz they ain’t mine.
Nick Kearney: Let a thousand weeds bloom.
Sarah Honeychurch: My weeds oppress (stifle) my flowers.
Simon Ensor: Is a weed an oppressed flower?
Maha Bali: My love for rhizomes is anti-capitalist.

It rains. More weeds grow. They do not leave.

Waiting for Freire

by tsheko

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  • GoogleGuacamole says thanks for the inspiration over 3 years ago
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    nick_kearney

    All my life I've tried to put it from me, saying Vladimir, be reasonable, you haven't yet tried everything. And I resumed the struggle. over 3 years ago

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    tellio

    If you would like an expanded set of comments go here: https://diigo.com/079say This is an annotated link that allows me to make a more expansive and even non-textual comment. Love the waiting. over 3 years ago

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